£35,000 - £39,000
March 4, 2021
Contract: Permanent – fulltime at 37 hours per week (5 days) (Part-time at 4 days per week, will also be considered)
Salary: Band 5: FTE £35,000 – £39,000 p.a (pro-rata for part-time working)
Location: Remote within the UK with flexibility to travel to the Stevenage, Head Office occasionally.
Are you a capable e-learning professional who thrives when working with people, content and digital tools to help organisations and individuals learn and develop?
Would you like to use your skills to support innovation and enable Herts for Learning, the UK’s largest schools company, drive its deployment of digital technology and increase the impact and reach of its online learning offer?
If yes, then we would like to hear from you.
At Herts for Learning we are committed to supporting the schools we work with to achieve successful long-term outcomes for their children by providing a range of products and services, one of which is the continued development of our online learning offer.
This role provides an exciting opportunity to lead, develop and support a range of digital learning initiatives which will transform HfL’s use of eLearning both internally and externally.
In this role you will support the Head of Learning Innovation in accelerating HfL’s digital learning transformation by supporting and developing the capability of HfL trainers and colleagues in being able to deliver effective digital CPD. In addition to this, you will support and develop the Modern Governor service, a market-leading provider of online learning to school governors across England.
We are seeking an experienced individual, familiar with digital delivery formats and the technologies associated with a learning management system, to further develop our ability to deliver e-learning. You will work effectively from a remote location – confident in engaging with customers to support any capability issues and thoughtful when assisting colleagues in making informed decisions regarding learning technology. As E-learning Manager working on projects across and beyond HfL, your evaluation and communication skills around learning technologies will be key –a combination of strategic insight and operational skill will help you succeed in this role.
We are committed to supporting and developing our employees and will give you the responsibility, support and opportunity to further your professional career. If you want to play a part in shaping and supporting HfL’s digital journey and have an impact on the lives of children and educators then please get in touch.
Further information can be found in the E-Learning Manager Job Outline but alternatively you can contact Ian Usher via email on Ian.Usher@hertsforlearning.co.uk if you have any queries or want to know some more about this exciting opportunity.
Previous applicants are welcome to re-apply. We advise you to review your application forms to ensure they meet the requirements of this role. Candidates who were previously shortlisted will not be reconsidered for this role as the core responsibilities remain the same.
If you’re ready to apply, download and complete the HfL application form along with the supporting statement, explaining how you meet the requirements of the job outline. Once completed, please submit the forms to firstname.lastname@example.org The Central Recruitment Team can also be contacted on this email address for any recruitment queries.
We would love to hear from you.
Closing Date: Thursday 4th March 2021 at midday
Interview Day: TBC
Please note that interviews are being completed remotely.